Enchanting Rain Installation in Tokyo Composed of 65,000 Watch Base-Plates

The “Light is Time” magical installation in Tokyo was created by DGT Architects firm in collaboration with Japanese watchmaker CITIZEN. The artwork is composed of 65,000 watch base-plates hung on black thread inside a black room that make them look like shimmering golden raindrops. [via boredpanda]


Stunning Regent Street Windows Project 2014 by Squire and Partners

Award-winning architectural practice Squire and Partners have designed this stunning installation for Brooks Brothers, the oldest American apparel brand, as part of the RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects) Regent Street Windows Project. Running on its fifth year, said project teamed up exceptional RIBA architects with flagship retailers to create architectural installations in the windows of shops, restaurants and cafes along and around Regent Street, W1. For this year, the […]


Interesting Interactive Installation with Detachable Hammocks for the Woodruff Arts Center in Atlanta

The ‘Mi Casa, Your Casa’ is an interactive installation designed by Mexican designers Héctor Esrawe and Ignacio Cadena for the Woodruff Arts Center in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. The installation features more than 35 house-shaped red metallic structures with detachable hammocks. Visitors may want to check out this interesting project positioned around the Sifly Piazza and enjoy interacting with the environment using the materials provided by the center such as easels, […]


Colorful Thread Installations by Anne Lindberg

This colorful thread installations by artist Anne Lindberg is wonderfully calming.


Impressive Installation Made of 250,000 Euro Cent Coins by Sagmeister & Walsh

New York City-based design firm Sagmeister & Walsh has created this 300-square-meter public art installation made of 250,000 Euro cent coins in Waagdragerhof Square in Amsterdam. Using the four different shades of the coins, the team along with 100 volunteers spelled out the phrase, ‘Obsessions Make My Life Worse And My Work Better’.  The project intends to convey a message about having a passion for work. Stefan Sagmeister,  art director […]


Literally and Figuratively Cool Ice Typography by Nicole Dextras

Environmental artist Nicole Dextras has come up with as cool as ‘Frozen’ ice typography series.  It consists of 8-foot high to 18-inch high three-dimensional words fabricated in iced set outdoors. Description by the artist: The Ice Typography series consists of three-dimensional words fabricated in ice placed outdoors that speak to how the viewer’s gaze frames and informs the landscape. The installations have varied from 8-foot high ice letters on the […]


Awesome Installation Made of 8,000 Sheets of Rice Paper + 800 Bamboo Shafts by Zhu Jinshi

 Chinese abstract artist Zhu Jinshi has created this amazing installation called ‘Boat’ using 8,000 sheets of rice paper and 800 bamboo shafts suspended with different lengths of thread. The artwork symbolizes two things: Zhu Jinshi’s journey from the east to the west and the dead’s passage from living into the afterlife. [via strictlypaper]


Dare To ‘Step Into The Void’ Over the French Alps This 2014

If you are up for a real challenge this 2014, you might want to visit the 11,526 feet high Aiguille du Midi, or Needle of the South over the French Alps. For thirty years, the place has been the home to the highest vertical ascent cable car. Its latest highlight is the glass box installation called ‘Step Into The Void’. The box is composed of five panes of very resilient […]


Kaleidoscopic Pavilion in Iowa by Olafur Eliasson

The ‘Panoramic Awareness Pavilion’ was created by Olafur Eliasson and is currently installed at the John and Mary Pappajohn Sculpture Park at the Des Moines Art Center in Iowa. With the installation, Eliasson continues to explore the boundaries of light and color that will intensify the experience of viewers on his works while altering their perception of their surrounding environment. Each panel has been designed with a reflective coating that makes it […]


Enthralling ‘Stellar Axis' in Antarctica by Lita Albuquerque

Since Disney’s ‘Frozen’ seems to be ‘THE’ movie event of December, here is something that is equally superb and magnificent. Though the story behind the work traces back in 2006, it is still as cool as forever. California-based artist Lita Albuquerque has created a unique installation called ‘Stellar Axis’ in the coolest (literally) place on earth, Antarctica. According to Jean de Pomereu, who worked as a photographer for Albuquerque, this […]